G. T. (Gideon Tibbetts) Ridlon.

History of the families Millingas and Millanges of Saxony and Normandy, comprising genealogies and biographies of their posterity surnamed Milliken, Millikin, Millikan, Millican, Milligan, Mulliken and Mullikin, A. D. 800-A. D. 1907; containing names of thirty thousand persons, with copious notes on online

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Online LibraryG. T. (Gideon Tibbetts) RidlonHistory of the families Millingas and Millanges of Saxony and Normandy, comprising genealogies and biographies of their posterity surnamed Milliken, Millikin, Millikan, Millican, Milligan, Mulliken and Mullikin, A. D. 800-A. D. 1907; containing names of thirty thousand persons, with copious notes on → online text (page 20 of 109)
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II. Jessie S. Milliken*, b. Dec. 7, 1869; unm.

III. Frederick G. Milliken", b. Apr. 5, 1871; single. He is a reporter for
"Bangor Daily News."

IV. Alice E. Milliken", b. July 20, 1879. School teacher. Unm.

6. Sarah Milliken^ (7), second daughter of Benjamin" (8), b. at St. George,
N. B., Jan. 25, 1834; was m. to Shaw; now a widow.

7. Annie Milliken^ (7), third daughter of Benjamin" (8), b. at St. George, N. B.,
Oct. 15, 1835; was m. to A. J. Seelye.

8. Charles Milliken' (4), fifth son of Benjamin" (8), b. at St. George, N. B.,
Aug. 22, 1838; living there.

9. Edward Milliken' (10), sixth son of Benjamin" (8), b. at St. George, N. B.,
Oct. 4, 1839; ""i- Hattie Dyset, and settled in Chicago; now at Vancouver,
British Columbia.

10. Jesse Milliken' (3), seventh son of Benjamin" (8), b. at St. George, N. B.,
Sept. I, 1 841; resides there.

11. Gleason Milliken' (1), eighth son of Benjamin" (8), b. at St. George, N. B.,
June 20, 1843; went away when young, and lived long in Minnesota, but when
last heard from was in Seattle, Wash.

12. Etta Milliken' (1), youngest daughter of Benjamin" (8), b. at St. George,
N. B., Sept. 7, 1845; ^^as m., ist, to Dyce Rupert Cudlip; 2d, to Edwin D.
Keeper of ^Michigan. Her first husband's birthplace was Hahfax, N. S. She
was m. to him Mar. 21, 1876. He d. June 27, 1891. She was m. Aug. 12, 1894,
to her second husband. One son, Frederick Rupert Cudlip, by first husband.
No issue by second.


1. Hiram Milliken' (1), eldest son of Edward" (6), b. in Saco, Me.; m. Elvira
J. Elden of Buxton, daughter of John Elden, and is now (1902) living in Naples,
Me. No issue.

2. John Milliken' (8), second son of Edward" (6), b. in Saco, Me., Aug. 4,
1832; m. Dec. 28-, 1870, to Matilda Seavey, daughter of James and Tryphosa
(Cole) Seavey of Saco, and lived on the homestead of his father, grandfather,
and great-grandfather, on the " Simpson road," so called, leading toward Saco
River from the Buxton road, about six miles from the city proper. He d. May
26, 1900, and his widow and son remain on the farm.

I. Byron Milliken", b. Sept. 18, 1871. Unm.


3. Parley Pratt Milliken^ (1), third son of Edward" (6), b. in Saco, Me.; m. to
Ellen Fogg, and d., leaving a widow now living in Saco. Has issue.

4. Arthur Milliken^ (1), fourth son of Edward (6), b. in Saco, Me.; m. Fidelia
Fogg, sister of Ellen, and resides in Saco, where he is employed. Children.

5. Sarah Milliken^ (7), eldest daughter of Edward® (6), b. in Saco, Me., May 14,
1843; was m. to Samuel Seavey, and has one son.

6. Francano Milliken^ (1), second daughter of Edward*^ (6), b. in Saco, Me.,
Sept. 9, 1853; was m. to Nathaniel Seavey. No children.


1. Anna Milliken^ (10), eldest daughter of Joseph^ (6), m. Lee, and lives

in San Francisco, Cal.

2. Lydia Milliken^ (3), second daughter of Joseph® (6). No other record.

3. Marcia Milliken^ (4), third daughter of Joseph® (6), m. Henderson,

and lives in Cincinnati, O.

4. William Oliver Milliken^ (10), eldest son of Joseph® (6), d. in infancy.

5. Joseph William Milliken^ (7), second son of Joseph® (6), b. Dec. 23, 1844; m.
Nov. 2, 1867, Abra Augusta Oakes, dau. of John and Harriet (Chase) Oakes,
of Brewer, Me.; was a bookkeeper by profession; attended the Congregational
church in Bangor, Me. He d. Dec. 11, 1863. His wife d. Mar. 8, 1884, aged
74 odd. Both buried in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Bangor, Me. His children, named
as follows:

I. Harriet Oakes Milliken.

II. Abra Adel.'^ide Milliken.

III. Bertha Pierce Milliken.

6. Adelaide Milliken^ (4), youngest daughter of Joseph® (6), b. Feb. 16, 1850; m.
W. S. Nickerson; d. Dec. i, 1880.


1. Harriett B. Milliken' (3), eldest daughter of Zachariah® (1), b. in Farming-
ton, Me., Aug. 27, 1828; was m. June 6, 1866, to Samuel B. Heywood, and
resides in Worcester, Mass.

2. Charles B. Milliken" (5), eldest son of Zachariah® (1), b. in Farmington,
Me., Jan. i, 1830; d. Jan. 4, 1830.

3. Mary M. Milliken^ (22), second daughter of Zachariah® (1), b. in Farmington,
Me., July 19, 1832; was m. Sept. 20, 1859, to Everett Blanchard, who d.
Dec. II, 1867, and she was m. Dec. 25, 1870, to Dr. E. B. Blanchard, who d.
Oct. 19, 1883. She resides in Everett, Mass.

4. John F. H. Milliken^ (9), second son of Zachariah® (1), b. in Farmington,
Me., Feb. 21, 1835; d. Aug. 29, 1835.

5. Augustus B. Milliken^ (1), third son of Zachariah" (1), b. in Farmington,
Me., Aug. 5, 1836; living (1894) in Chelsea, Mass.

6. Helen J. Milliken^ (1), third daughter of Zachariah® (l),.b. in Farmington,
Me., Feb. 6, 1839; ^^'^^ "^- ^ec. 19, 1866, to Freeman H. Duren, and resides
in Chelsea, Mass.

7. Eugene Milliken" (1), fourth son of Zachariah® (1), b. in Farmington, Me.,
Oct. 5, 1841 ; m. Dec. 21, 1865, to Sarah E. L. Campbell, and resides in Provi-
dence, R. I.



8. Harry N. Milliken^ (3), fifth son of Zachariah" (1), b. in Boston, Mass.,
Mar. 31, 1851 ; ni. to Sarah Khdy, June ig, 1873, and was livinf^ in Xewtunville,
Mass., in 1894. Was hookkct'por for Jones, McDulTee (!^ Stratton of Boston.


1. Sarah N. Milliken' (8), eldest daughter of Ebenezer" (1), b. Apr. 24, 1S34; d,
Aug. 21, 1848.

2. Mary E. Milliken^ (23), second daughter of Ebenezer" (1), b. .\ug. 22, 1836; d.
Mar. 10, 1842.

3. Joseph N. Milliken' (.9). eldest son of Ebenezer" (1), b. July 31, 1838; d. the
same day.

4. Julia F. Milliken" (2), third daughter of Ebenezer'' (l),b. Nov. 23, 1840; d.
Sept. 2, 1841.

5. George E. Milliken^ (6), second son of Ebenezer^ (1), b. July 18, 1844; m.
Sept. 6, 1870, to Mary Lequier of Fayal; d. Dec. 26, 1881.

6. Mary F. Milliken^ (24), fourth daughter of Ebenezer" (1), b. Nov. 17, 1848;
was m. June 25, 1885, to Dr. Edward H. Adams.

Some of these children were b. in Maine.


7. Arthur N. Milliken' (2), third son of Ebenezer'* (1), b. Feb. 8, 1858; m. June

9, 1888, to Mabel ]M. jNIarsh, and resides in Boston, Mass. Lawyer.

8. Sarah E. Milliken' (9), fifth daughter of Ebenezer" (1), b. June 13, 1862; was
m. May 21, 1888, to Rev. Robert B. Parker.

9. Walter L. Milliken^ (1), fourth son of Ebenezer® (1), b. Mar. 25, 1865; m.
Oct. 10, 1890, to Mary Bybee.


1. Hon. Nathaniel W. Milliken" (3), eldest son of Joseph" (7), b. in Strong,
Me., May 13, 1834; m. at Wautoma, Wis., in 1854, to Rebecca Thomas, who
d. in 1863, and he m., 2d, Jan. 3, 1864, Cordelia Shumw.ay. He resided at
Saxeville, Wis., where he was a merchant, postmaster, notary public, chairman
of town super\'isors, county treasurer, sheritt", and assemblyman. He was a
man of remarkable ability and excellency of moral character. He d. Oct. 16,
1892. There were three daughters, of whom with 8th generation.

2. Mary H. Milliken^ (25), eldest daughter of Joseph" (7), b. in Farmington,
Me., Apr. 5, 1S37; was m. Nov. 25, 1856, to Elisila Bardwell. She d. at
Saxeville, Wis., July 26, 1870. Two daughters.

3. Joseph E. Milliken' (10), .second son of Joseph** (7), b. in Otisfield, Me.,
Feb. 28, 1S44. He served in the Union Army during the Civil War, and d. at
East St. Louis, 111., Aug. 8, 1862,

4- James F. Milliken^ (8), third son of Joseph^ (7), b. in Pittston, Me., Sept.
28, 1845; ni- Nov. 25, 1866, to Charlotte Rugg. He was employed as clerk
and bookkeeper in his store at Saxeville, W'is., by his brother Nathaniel, but
subsequently became a farmer at Harrington, Lincoln Co., Wash. Four chil-
dren. See 8th generation.

5- William T. Milliken' (8), fourth son of Joseph^ (7), b. at Mt. Morris, Wis.,
Mar. 3, 1854; m. Oct. 15, 1882, to Nancy J. Sanders, and is now a farmer and
stockman at Cheney, Wash. Ft)ur i hildren, of whom with 8th generation.


6. Thomas A. M. Milliken' (2), fifth son of Joseph" (7), b. at Saxeville, Wis.,
Aug. i6, 1857; m. Dec. 31, 1884, to Lizzie Jones at Springwater, Wis., and
settled on a farm at Wild Rose, Wis. Two children, of whom with 8th genera-


1. Charles Frederick Milliken^ (7), eldest son of Elias*' (1), b. in Boston, Mass.,
1846; d. there in 1874.

2. Mary E. Milliken^ (26), eldest daughter of Elias'' (1), b. in Boston, Mass.,
1851; was m. to Rush Rowland of Cheltenham, Pa.; d. there Aug., 1893.

3. William Henry Milliken^ (9), second son of Elias" (1), b. in Boston, Mass.,
June 3, 1856; m. to Mary G. Briggs, b. June 25, 1857, being the daughter of
Lyman Carroll and Harriet E. Briggs, and resides in Boston, where he is in the
shoe manufacturing business, the factory being in Pittsfield, N.H. There are
three children, named as follows:

I. Grace Messer Milliken^, b. in Boston, Mass., Feb. 25, 1884; m. Apr.
9, 1904, to Nathaniel Davight Rand, who is an electrical engineer
at Fort Snelhng, Minn.
II. Harriet Lyman Milliken*, b. in Boston, Mass., May 15, 1887. Unm.

(1904) and at home,
in. Marion Rowland Milliken*, b. in Boston, Mass., Feb. 13, 1889.
Unm. (1904) and at home.


4. Emily Jose Milliken" (3), third daughter of Elias^ (1), b. in Boston, Mass.,
Nov. 30, 1867; was m. June 19, 1889, to Edward Hale, son William Bain-
bridge and Harriet Amelia (Porter) Hale of Northampton, Mass., b. Feb. 22,
1858, and resides in Cambridge, Mass. Their children, named as follows:

I. Emily Hale, b. Oct. 27, 1891, at East Orange, N. J.

II. William Peabody Hale, b. July 26, 1895, at East Orange, N. J.; d.
July 21, 1897, at Cambridge, Mass.

5. Edith Burnside Milliken^ (1), fourth daughter of Elias" (1), b. in Boston,
Mass. ; was m. to Rev. John Carroll Perkins, pastor of First Parish Church
(Unitarian) of Portland, Me.


1. William Hartwell Milliken^ (10), eldest son of Jotham* (1), b. Sept. 22, 1836;
m. Oct. 30, 1859, Mary A. Hillman, and resides in Portland, Me., 33 Cush-
man St. Four children. See 8th generation.

2. John Sewell Milliken^ (10), second son of Jotham" (1), b. May 10, 1839; m.
July 24, 1864, to Henrietta Clark; d. Aug. 29, 1872. Two children.

3. Charles Dodge Milliken^ (8), third son of Jotham" (1), b. May 2, 1841;
m. Jan. 10, 1872, Hellen D. Knowles, and resides in Chicago, 111., where he
is in the life in.surance business. Has three children, named as follows:

I. Grace Milliken*, b. Feb. 6, 1873. Resides New Bedford, Mass.

II. Joseph K. Milliken,* b. July 5, 1875; m. Carrie E.Dodds, and Hves
in Dighton, Mass. Is Treasurer of the Mount Hope Finishing Com-
pany. Has one son, Robert D., b. Oct. i, 1904.

III. Charles A. Milliken*, b. Nov. 17, 1879. Salesman in New Bedford,

rosriiRrry of kdward m ill/ ken. 123

4. George Henry Milliken^ (7), fourth son of Jotham' (1), b. Oct. 22, 184.5;
m. Aug. 4, iS()(), tt) Hattu-: Kmmons, unci resides in Brooklyn, N.Y., 193 Lincoln
Place. Three children. See 8th generation.

5. Laura Pierson Milllken" (1). eldest daughter of Jotham" (1), b. Feb. 22,
1847; was ni. July 22, 1868, to \\ 11.1 1 \m W. Richards, and resides in Hacken-
sack, N. J. 1 las issue.

6. Augusta Eugene Milliken' (2), second daughter of Jotham" CI), h. Mar. 4,
1850; d. June 18, 1856.

7. Frank Milliken^ (3), fifth son of Jotham" (1), b. Dec. 22, 1853; m. Nov.
I, iSSi, Susan Blosson Crowell, and resides in New Bedford, Mass. Four
children, as follows:

I. Frank \Villm.an Milliken**, b. Aug. 17, 1882,

II. Chester Crowell Milliken^ b. Dec. 30, 1883; d. July 24, 1884.

III. James Atwood C. Milliken'*, b. Nov. 25, 1885.

IV. Alfred Standish ]\Iilliken^, b. May i, i8gi.

8. Carrie Howard Milliken^ (1), third daughter of Jotham" (1), by Anna Wil-
liams, b. Dec. 3, 1873; d. Nov. 14, 1874. ,

9. Jotham Sewell Milliken^ (2), sixth son of Jotham" (1), b. Sept. 20, 1875;
m. Rose Toothaker of Phillips, Me., July 2, 1902, and resides at Portage Lake,
Me., where he is practising medicine. Has one child.

10. Earl Milliken^ (1), seventh son of Jotham" (1), b. Sept. 8, 1878; m. Hattie
M. Stevens of Warren, Me., Nov. 19, 1902, and runs a laundry business in
Farmington, Me.

11. Mary Maud Milliken" (27), youngest daughter of Jotham" (1), b. Feb. 7,
1882. At home, unm.


1. Albert F. Milliken^ (1), eldest son of Edward" (5), b. in Windsor, Me., Apr.
6, 1839; was killed at Gaines' ]Mill, June 27, 1862, while fighting for the preserva-
tion of the L'^nion.

2. Edward R. Milliken' (11), second son of Edward" (5), b. in \\'indsor. Me.,
July 23, 1841; m. Harriet J. Chase of New Bedford, ^lass., Oct. 25, 1866.
He was in the retail grocery business with his father; then bookkeeper, assistant
superintendent, and superintendent of the Wamsutta Mills in New Bedford,
where he d. Aug. 4, 1892. Two children, named as follows:

I. Lucy C. Milliken*, b. Jan. 31, 1870; m. Henry P. Burt, Feb. 11, 1892.
II. Edward N. Milliken^, b. Nov. 3, 1875.

3. Hon. Eben C. Milliken^ (2), third son of Edward" (5), b. in Windsor, Me.,
Aug. 6, 1843; ""•• Ellen M. Darling, at East Greenwich, R.L, Sept. 15, 1869.
He was sometime bookkeeper in East Greenwich; then engaged in the bakery
business in New Bedford, Mass. W'as a member of the Common Council and
an alderman of New Bedford, and in the House of Representatives of Massachu-
setts in :S8o and 1881; also in the State Senate 1885, 1886, and 1887. Two
children :

I. Albert D. Milliken*, b. July 30, 1870.
II. William B. Milliken*, b. Oct. 9, 1872.

4. Lewis E. Milliken^ (1), fourth son of Edward" (5), I-. m U iiirsor. Me.,
June 3, 1846; m. Rebecca B. Morse, Sept. 7, 1870. Has been in the retail


grocery business with his father in New Bedford ; served as member of the Com-
mon Council there. He had issue three children:
I. Edith E. Milliken**, b. July 6, 187 1.
II. Charles W. Milliken**, b. Feb. 3, 1873.
III. Frederick L. Milliken**, b. Mar. i, 1876.

5. Charles E. Milliken^ (8), fifth son of Edward" (5), b. in Maiden, Mass.,
Jan. 3, 1848; was killed at Mobile Bay, Aug. 25, 1864, when midshipman on the
steamer "Seminole."

6. Hon. Frank^ A. Milliken' (4), sixth son of Edward*' (5), b. in New Bedford,
Mass., Mar. 18, 1854; m. Mary C. Allen, Jan. 29, 1879. He was educated in
the private and high schools of New Bedford, Mass.; entered the law depart-
ment of Harvard University in Sept., 1872, graduating in June, 1874, with de-
gree of LL.B. " He is said to have been the youngest alumnus of this law school,
being but twenty at the time of graduation. He was admitted to the bar Jan.
3, 1876, and commenced practising his profession in his native city of New
Bedford. Was admitted to practice in the United States Courts June 14, 1882.
He was appointed special justice of the third district court of Bristol County,
in 1878, by Gov. Alexander H. Rice, and received the practically unanimous
indorsement of the New Bedford bar for this position, and began his judicial
career under favorable auspices. He has made for himself a worthy record on
the bench, and is conspicuous for the rapid manner in which he does business.
He was city solicitor for New Bedford in 1879 and 1880, and was successful in
the interests of the municipal corporation. Judge jMilliken has an extensive
practice of a general, civil, criminal, and probate nature, and his success has
been deservedly won. He has served on the Common Council, and as school
committee eight years, of which body he was chairman. In State and National
poHtics he is a Repubhcan. He is a prominent Odd Fellow, having served in
several important official positions for that fraternitw He is a diligent student
of law, and prepares his cases with great care. As an advocate he has few su-
periors; keen, sagacious, and wide awake, he is a notable success in every depart-
ment of his professional work. His appointment as judge is for life. He has
one child:

I. Allen W. Milliken**, b. May 11, 1881.


1. Mary Ann Milliken^ (28), eldest daughter of Loren" (1), b. Sept. 2, 1847;
was m. July 3, 1872, to James O. Harmon, son of James O. A. Harmon of
Buxton, Me., who was b. there. This family live on the road leading from Bar
Mills to the "Duckpond," so called. Farmers. They have two children:

I. LoREN Milliken Harmon, b. April 16, 1880.

II. EiDA Ethel Harmon, b. Oct. 27, 1885.

2. Joseph Henry Milliken^ (8), eldest son of Loren^ (1), b. in Buxton, Me.,
Aug. 14, 1850; d. Jan. 17, 1863.

3. Bessie L. Milliken^ (1), second daughter of Loren'' (1), b. in Buxton, Me.,
Sept. 18, 1861 ; unm.

4. Herbert Loren Milliken^ (1), second son of Loren® (1), b. in Buxton. Afe.,
Mar. 23, 1863 ; m. Lillian Hill, daughter of Charles and Lavinia Hill of Buxton,
June 26, 1889, and has succeeded his father on the homestead. He has:

I. Earle L. Milliken**, b. Jan. 4, 1890.
11. Virgil R. Milliken'*, b. Jan. 13, 1903.



1. William Milliken" (12), eldest son of W illiam" (5), b. in Huxlon, Me., Au^.
3, 1834; m. Cathkrixe \< . Davis, davii^'htcr of Capt. Moses Davis of Hollis,
Me., anti lived for many years on the homestead below Salmon Falls. In early
life he worked in his father's mill, carding wool, dressing cloth, and assisted in
his farming and lumber business. He taught school in winter. In 1862, he
enlisted in Com])an\- (", 27th Maine Regiment, anri was an ordcrlv sergeant
from the organization until his ])romotion to second lieutenant and ijrst lieuten-
ant in consequence of the elevation of ('apt. Ji>lin I). Hill to ihe office of Major
of the regiment and the death of ist lieutenant John 11. ("ame. He removed
to Monmouth, 111., in 1866, and engaged in woollen manufacturing, remaining
until 1 87 1, when he went to Colorado and spent two years in travelling; He
finally settled down in Trinidad, Col., where he has since made, his home. He
engaged in wool-growing in 1871, beginning with 1,400 sheep, and sold out in
1889, with 6,500 head. He has served ten years as a justice of the peace and
as U. S. Commissioner for nine years. Two children, named as follows:

I. Arthur W. Milliken^ b. at Salmon Falls, Me., Oct. 19, 1865; m.
June, 1902, SvL\iA W. Davis of Chicopee Falls, Mass.,dau. late James
Davis, merchant, of P^llsworth, Me. He is chief clerk in the .\.F. & S. Fe
R. R. Freight office at Trinidad, Col.
II. Annie B. Milliken^ b. Nov. 12, 1868, in Monmouth, 111.

2. Charles W. Milliken" (8), second son of William" (5), b. in Buxton, Me.^
Mar. 17, 1836; m. Jan. 9, 1868, to Alice C. Barker, daughter of Dea. Simeon
Barker of Limerick, Me. He graduated from Bowdoin College in 1862, and
from the Ann Arbor Medical School in 1865. He settled at Oquavvka, 111.,
and continued the practice of medicine there until 1871, When he changed to
Shullsburgh, Wis., where he remained until his death, which occurred June 14,
1880, while visiting in Limerick, Me. He had two sons:

I. William B. Milliken^, a chemist in Boston, Mass.
11. Charles ^SIilliken", who d. in infancy.

3. Susan J. Milliken^ (5), daughter of William" (5), b. in Buxton, Me., about
1842, and d. in infancy.

4- Ivory Q. Milliken^ (1), youngest son of William" (5), b. in Buxton, Me.,
Jan. 8, 1845; went West and became a merchant at Clarion, la., from 1872 to
1878, when he sold out and removed to Trinidad, Col., where he has made his
home since.


1. John Milliken^ (9), eldest son of Alvin" (1), d. when a young man in Mon-
mouth, 111.

2. Elizabeth IVIilliken' (10), eldest daughter of Alvin" (1) ; was m. to Matthew
Whetstoxe, and d. in Girard, Kan., where she settled in 1869.

3- Ursula Milliken^ (1), second daughter of Alvin" (1); was m. in Girard, Kan.


I- Susan J. Milliken" (6), eldest daughter of Jeremiah" (3); was m. to

Parks of Parsonsficld.

2. Mary Milliken-' (29), second daughter of Jeremiah® (3); was m. to John-
Rogers, and lived in Albia, la.

3 Harriet Milliken^ (6), third daughter of Jeremiah' (3).


4. Catherine Milliken' (2), fourth daughter of Jeremiah^ (3).

5. William Milliken^ (13), only son of Jeremiah'^ (3) ; m. ; perished in the great
Chicago fire of 1871.

■6, Sarah Milliken^ (13), fourth daughter of Jeremiah" (3) ; was m., and lived in
Walpole, Mass.


1. Eliza Ann Milliken^ (3), eldest daughter of William'^ (5), b. July 3, 1818;
resides at Mechanic Falls, INIe. Single. School teacher by profession.

2. Mary Ann Milliken^ (16), second daughter of Wihiam*' (5), b. July 3, 1818;
was m. Dec. 27, 1835, to Lemuel T. Millett, and is Hving in Minot, Me.
Children named as follows:

I. William E. Millett, b. Nov. 2, 1836; d. at Ship Island, Gulf of

Mexico, June 2, 1862. Was in Co. K, 13th Maine Regiment.
n. Mary E. Millett, b. Apr. i, 1838; d. in Minot, Me., July 27, 1870.

III. Charles W. Millett, b. Mar. 21, 1840; resides at Port Huron, Mich.
Large family.

IV. Martha E. Millett, b. Mar. 19, 1842; m. Samuel P. Bradford,
and resides at West Minot, Me.

V. Frank A. Millett, b. Apr. 28, 1844; m. Lucy — — , and has six chil-
dren. Resides at Mechanic Falls, Me.
VI. Frances A. Millett, b. Apr. 28, 1844; d. in Minot, Me., Feb. 17, 1875.
vii. Lemuel T. Millett, b. Apr. 17, 1847; resides at West.
VIII. Pamelia a. Millett, b. Mar. 19, 1850; d. June i, 1857.
IX. George F. Millett, b. June 3, 1852; resides in Norway, Me.
X. Ann Eliza Millett, b. June 16, 1856; m. Frederick Chandler,

M.D., and hves in Amherst, N. H.
XI. Albert E. Millett, b. Oct. 3, 1858; resides in Attica, Mich.

3. Pamelia Jane Milliken^ (2), third daughter of Wilham" (5), b. Oct. 22, 1820;
resides at Mechanic Falls, Me. ; unm.

4- Martha Milliken^ (8), fourth daughter of William*' (5), b. Sept. 20, 1823;
was m. Dec. 29, 1843, to Benjamin Milliken, son of Cyrus and Rebecca, and
d. in Minot, Me., June 23, 1884. She was the mother of six children, named
as follows:

I. Horatio B. Milliken^, b. Oct. 3, 1844; d. in Minot, Me., Oct. 20, 1864.
n. Flora S. Milliken'', b. July 11, 1846; resides in Kittery, Me.

III. Martha E. Milliken^ b. Nov. 14, 1849; d. in Minot, Me., Apr i, 1876.

IV. William F. Milliken^ b. Nov. 4, 1854; resides at Mechanic Falls, Me.
V. Jennie N. Milliken*^, b. Aug. 30, 1859; m. Rev. George C. Andrews,

and resides in Kittery, Me.
VI. Edwin B. Milliken*, b. Mar. 25, 1863; resides in Auburn, Me.

5. William Milliken' (14), son of William" (5), b. Nov. 20, 1827; d. in Hartford,
Me., Sept. 6, 1829.

6. Nancy W. Milliken^ (4), youngest daughter of William" (5), b. Aug. 4, 1830;
was m. Aug. 25, 1879, to Timothy C. Holt. He d. Aug. 11, 1882, and she
resides at Mechanic Falls, IMe.


I. Horace F. Milliken^ (1), eldest son of Cyrus" (1), b. in Scarbro, Me., Oct.
14, 1817; d. Nov. 4, 1819.


2. Joseph L. Milliken^ (1), second son of Cyrus" (1), b. in Scarbro, Mc, July 7,
1.S19; m. Anna Boothby, daughter of Nathaniel Boothljy, and resided in Saco,
Mc, where he learned the trade of cabinet-maker. He was at one time in the
undertaking business, but latterly served for many years as the eflicient city
clerk of Saco. He also held other official positions. Ife was a man of system-
atic habits, whose uniform courtesy and excellent character won the confidence
and esteem of all who knew him. He was a true man who fearlessly oj»posed
wrongdoing, and defended what was right. A ])rominent member of the Aletho-
dist church, he exhibited in every relation of life the s])irit and deportment of the
Christian gentleman. He d. in Mar., 1883. There were four children. See
8th generation.

3. Horace Milliken^ (2), third son of Cyrus" (1), b. in Scarbro, Me., June 26,
1821; m. Jan. 27, 1848, to F.a.nnie E. Sawyer, b. Dec. 21, 1827, daughter of
Lewis B. and Fannie (Knight) Saw^yer. By this union there were six children.
His wife d. Apr. 15, 1864, and he m. in 1866, to Elizabeth Merrill, daughter
William \\'. and Margaret Merrill, by whom he had three children. Mr. Mil-
liken d. Mar. 14, 1 901, in the house he built at the time of his marriage and in
w'hich he had always lived, originally in Westbrook, afterw^ards in Deering, but
now annexed to Portland. He was a shoemaker by trade, but after the Civil
War was in government employ at Forts Georges and Preble in Portland Har-
bor; then was inspector at the Custom House. In his religious faith a Univer-

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